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Figure 9 Extensive information could be gathered by eavesdropping of telephone ahoutthe contacts and the engagement of the accused in different interrelationships. Specifically the contacts of the accused amongst themselves via telephone and email could be proven and multiple personal meetings have he en identified. Even if the contents of the eavesdropping during the time of surveillance did not provide details about participation of the accused in the crimes. still, the results from the eavesdropping operations in relation with the transmission of "Pings'' to the mobile phone of the accused XX and XX showed conspiratorial behavior (,5witching off the mobile phone) on the occasion of a meeting ofXX and XX on the 22.11. 06. Additionally, due to the joke of the sister of XX: it cannot he excluded that she either knows about her brother committing such crimes or at least thinks it is possible (Author trans.).